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Nanotechnology at war

Mike Treder from the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology (CRN) has reviewed Jürgen Altmann's book, Military Nanotechnology: New Technology and arms Control in the current issue of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.

Posted: Nov 9th, 2007

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Developing kryptonite for superbug

University of Idaho scientists' nanoelectronics, nanomaterials, and Staphylococcus aureus research efforts generate new MRSA detection and treatment strategies.

Posted: Nov 8th, 2007

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Soybeans strike nanogold

A simple mix of soybeans, water and gold salts may hold the secret to producing gold nanoparticles without harming the environment, according to one team of US researchers.

Posted: Nov 8th, 2007

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The tiniest refrigerator in the world

A Finnish group of researchers at the Low Temperature Laboratory of Helsinki University of Technology (TKK) have developed and fabricated a nanoscale heat transistor, and simultaneously the smallest refrigerator ever made.

Posted: Nov 8th, 2007

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Nanoparticle images and treats cancer, reports on drug delivery

Using a quantum dot plus an aptamer that doubles as a tether for the anticancer drug doxorubicin, a team of investigators at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)-Harvard Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence has developed a multifunctional nanoparticle that not only treats cancer but also images those tumors that have received drug therapy.

Posted: Nov 8th, 2007

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Mining tiny diamonds for drug delivery

Northwestern University researchers have shown that nanodiamonds are effective at delivering chemotherapy drugs to cells without the negative effects associated with current drug delivery agents.

Posted: Nov 8th, 2007

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Tracking targeted siRNA nanoparticles with in vivo imaging

Using nanoparticles tagged with both a fluorescent label and a radioactive isotope of the element copper, a team of investigators at the California Institute of Technology has shown that targeting siRNA-containing nanoparticles to tumors increases tumor uptake rather than tumor localization.

Posted: Nov 8th, 2007

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Hydrogen, the energy vector for the plane of tomorrow

The scientific community is progressively experiencing a greater interest in environmentally friendly energy generation technologies, and their suitable applications, such is the case of hydrogen fuel cells applied to aeronautics.

Posted: Nov 7th, 2007

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